Kentucky Utilities

Settlement Reached In KU, LG&E Rate Increase Proposal

Apr 19, 2017
Associated Press

Louisville Gas and Electric Co. and Kentucky Utilities have agreed to reduce their rate increase proposal, a move that Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear's office said will save ratepayers $90 million annually.  The utilities were seeking nearly $210 million in increased annual revenues, but Beshear had proposed cutting the request. Beshear's office said in a news release the parties signed a settlement Wednesday.

Kentucky Utilities customers weighed in Tuesday on proposed rate changes that would increase average residential energy bills by $7.16 a month.

Some Ky. Customers To Pay More For Power, Gas

Apr 21, 2015
lge-ku.com

Kentucky Utilities' customers will pay more for their monthly electric bill while Louisville Electric & Gas customers will pay more for their gas bills according to a settlement reached Tuesday concerning the companies' rate requests.

With temperatures predicted to drop to the single digits this week, Kentucky Utilities has released a list of tips on how to stay warm during the winter.

PSC Approves Solar Power Project

Dec 22, 2014

The Public Service Commission has approved a solar power project planned by Kentucky Utilities and Louisville Gas and Electric in Mercer County.

If you’re one of the Kentucky Utilities customers taking advantage of the utility's efficiency programs, a new option will soon be available.

K.U. Could Lose Thousands Of Customers Due To Dispute

May 15, 2014

A dispute over the price of electricity has led nine communities to notify K.U. they intend to seek other providers when their contracts expire.

Lexington’s Gleneagles Homeowners Association has its eye on a seven-acre field currently owned by Kentucky Utilities.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky Utilities and Louisville Gas & Electric are hoping to get more customers signed up with their Demand Conservation program. Created in 2001, the program installs a switch on air conditioning units that allows the utilities to briefly cycle them off during summer months to save energy.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky Utilities customers would pay an extra 6.5% in their base electricity rate under a proposal the company plans to file with the state Public Service Commission later this month.